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New Birds



I agree.
HEOs and microwaves are more technically challenginging but I got far 
more fun for my pound from Oscar 6 and 7.
I'm firmly in favour of a couple new mode A birds with linear 
transponders at perhaps 1000 miles altitude.

Timothy A. Holmes (W8TAH) wrote:

>  For myself, I would rather put the money into some LEOs that I have a 
> chance of using instead of some gollywog satellite that requires 
> microwave uplinks and downlinks and does the average amateur absolutly 
> no good whatsoever.
> TIM


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